Along the Shore Line
Old Dutch Potato Chips Tin


Description
Media Type:
Object
Item Type:
Packaging
Description:
A tin of Old Dutch flavourized potato chips. The Old Dutch company was originaly based in Roseville, Minnesota, and commenced operations in 1934. In Canada, Old Dutch opened a plant in Canada in April 1954, in Winnipeg. This tin was produced in the 1930's. On the reverse, text reads: OLD DUTCH fine potato chips are one of those foods of outstanding quality with a new tenderness and special flavour that makes them EVERYBODY'S FLAVOR FAVORITE Prepared from white potatoes, pure vegetable oils, salt and with not more than 1/100 of 1% butylated hydroxanisole added as a preservative.
Notes:
Condition: Fair- very rusted, bottom broken off, top rim in dented, no lid
Local identifier:
M0022
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 48.81252 Longitude: -87.26458
Contact
Schreiber Heritage & Tourism Committee
Email
Agency street/mail address

Winnipeg Street

P.O. Box 368

Schreiber, ON P0T 2S0

1-807-824-2419

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Old Dutch Potato Chips Tin


A tin of Old Dutch flavourized potato chips. The Old Dutch company was originaly based in Roseville, Minnesota, and commenced operations in 1934. In Canada, Old Dutch opened a plant in Canada in April 1954, in Winnipeg. This tin was produced in the 1930's. On the reverse, text reads: OLD DUTCH fine potato chips are one of those foods of outstanding quality with a new tenderness and special flavour that makes them EVERYBODY'S FLAVOR FAVORITE Prepared from white potatoes, pure vegetable oils, salt and with not more than 1/100 of 1% butylated hydroxanisole added as a preservative.